Prime Suspect: The Scent of Darkness

Prime Suspect: The Scent of Darkness

A series of brutal sex murders disturbingly similar to the pattern of Superintendent Jane Tennison's first major case leads to the awful suggestion that she may have caught the wrong man the first time.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:105 minutes
  • Release:1995
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   prison,   police,  

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Dig B (au) wrote: guess which rip off this is... (horrible annimation included)

IsaBella H (br) wrote: : the cars are slick but the movie ain't really realistic. a just-to-pass-the-time movie.

Kevin L (ag) wrote: A must see if you are fan of the comedy club

Kassy S (ru) wrote: this movie seems like it could be a good one so i think i'd at least give it a try.

bill s (fr) wrote: Just a very good shoot em' up popcorn flick.

bondagegurl (de) wrote: duno why but this film moved really slow to me. its good for an older film, but be prepare to wait for the hot scenes in this one.

Ilja S (ca) wrote: Almost as good as the original one, Superman II delivers a good story and a great cast, which makes this movie hold up to the stadards set. What makes this not as good as its predecessor is the fact that it starts to get a little cheesy, and the humor doesn't always work. Sadly the sequels only expended on those flaws.

Eric R (gb) wrote: I am rather ashamed to admit that this is only the second film of Maurice Pialat's which I have seen. I liked nos amours, but it never really affected me on an emotional level like I was hoping for. Naked Childhood is a piercing view into the life of a troubled youth, Francois. It's a slow moving film in which the story unfolds very naturally as we follow Francois from one foster home to another. The thing that clearly stands out about this film is how it deals with telling a story of a troubled child. There are no cheap thrills whatsoever, rather it just presents the facts of the story as if the camera is just an observer watching Francois every moment. The film never paints the child as anything he is not and is not exploitative in the slightest. A perfect example of this being the relationship which Francois forms with the grandmother; I found these sequences to be incredibly resonant and important to the film, yet they don't take up much of the screen time in the slightest. There are scenes in which Pialat portrays a quiet loneliness in Francious, and I just found this whole thing to be a fair, honest look at troubled youth.